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Meet Our Veterinarians


Dr. Elizabeth

The owner of the Little Apple Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Elizabeth Lindquist received her D.V.M. from Kansas State University in 1988. After working in Topeka for two years, and Great Bend for eight years, Dr. Lindquist purchased the Little Apple Veterinary Clinic in June of 1999. In October 2005, the Little Apple Veterinary Hospital on Seth Child Rd. was completed to better serve the expanding clientele. Dr. Lindquist’s husband, Tom, also works at the LAVH and helps manage the practice. Tom and Elizabeth grew up in Northeast Kansas on farms, about 45 miles north of Manhattan, Tom near Waterville and Elizabeth near Blue Rapids. Their family includes two dogs, three cats, one cockatoo, two African Grey parrots, two tortoises, & their three adult children, Marissa, Codey, and Ethan .

Dr. Richard Kitterman

Dr. Kitterman was born and raised in Manhattan, KS. He graduated Kansas State University in Veterinary Medicine in 1984 and moved to Richmond, VA where he owned his own practice for 29 years. He is now back in his beautiful hometown. He enjoys staying busy on his farm working on various projects including the bee farm. He is the proud owner of 3 dachshunds, 3 cats, 3 water turtles and 2 birds.


Dr. Eduard Meyer 

Dr. Meyer graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. He practiced mixed animal medicine in Colorado, South Dakota and Kansas. In 2003 he moved to Tennessee to work as a small animal veterinarian for 19 years before returning to his home town in Junction City, Kansas. He had been working at Little Apple Veterinary Hospital as a relief doctor for a year and joined the practice as an associate veterinarian in 2023. He was trained in performing "Tightrope" Cruciate Ligament surgery in Salt Lake City and "SOP" bone plating technique in Las Vegas. In 2022, he attended a "GlobalFAST" Ultrasound course for ultrasound diagnostic screening in San Antonio, Texas. He enjoys performing surgery, (including orthopedics), and ultrasound diagnostics, as well as meeting with clients and helping them with their pet's medical needs. Now he and his wife Cynthia enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren and their four-legged children: Gracie Jane, Abigail (Abigator), and Holly. 

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